Documenting with Google Forms to Track Intervention Data

Teachers are guilty of writing information down in notebooks and keeping documentation for years to come. I recently came across this old notebook that I used 11 years ago for documentation.

It’s laughable now, but not far from the truth in today’s classroom. Maybe now our documentation is in the form of  an email folder in our Outlook. list email Let this post serve as a reminder that Google formsgoogle forms is the best way to track your intervention #RTI @RTIatWork with your students. This is what it looks like when you do the prep work up front. There are minimal notes AND lots of checkboxes to make documentation easier!

data collectionSHARED SPREADSHEET DATA FROM GOOGLE FORM (RESPONSES)

Here’s some notes about the paperless classroom in North Canton City Schools:

THE PAPERLESS CLASSROOM USING GOOGLE DRIVE

Have you tried this yet? If not, what are you waiting for? Please share your success and failures.

 


 

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